Ordering your printing online can sometimes seem like a daunting task, especially when ordering large sizes or quantities. At Printroom, we are here to help. We have a team dedicated to making sure that your print is exactly how you want it to be so that you have less to worry about. We want your […]
At Printroom, we are here to help. We have a team dedicated to making sure that your print is exactly how you want it to be so that you have less to worry about. We want your transaction to run smoothly, and on time, so you can focus on other areas of your busy day.
Follow our simple guide:
- Have a look through the Manual-Printers print catalogue.
- Select the type of printing you need. For example – “Manuals“.
- Select the speciality of print. For example – in Manuals – “Wire Bound Manuals“.
- Scroll down to choose your printing options. Here you will be able to specify size, materials, number of pages, quantity, finishing and more.
- Add to your basket (alternatively, email yourself a quote for later).
- Keep shopping to add more products, or go to your basket.
- Check everything you have ordered is correct.
- Select your delivery options then click proceed.
- Log in or create an account by adding your billing/delivery address and user information.
- Enter your payment details.
- Complete your transaction and upload your files.
- Either wait for your delivery or come and collect once your print is ready! (You’ll be notified of your order progress).
Bonus Tips for Best Print Etiquette:
- Use High-Resolution Images. Check that your images aren’t blurry, and you own the copyright to them.
- Make sure your text is easy to read. Ensure that your font size is large enough. Script style fonts might not work when small, all caps or on a busy background. Find some great fonts here.
- Look at your page flow. Often referred to as page hierarchy, think about where your eyes look first. Are you reading the words in the correct order? Does it have the right level of impact? Consider your use of white space.
- How will your print be used? If you’re providing a workbook, your user will likely want the book to sit flat, look at using a wire-bound binding option. If you’re presenting a tender, have you created it at an appropriate size? Might you need dividers if your content has obvious sections?
If you have any questions or would like to talk to us about your order, please contact us via 0845 072 2778, email@example.com or by using our webchat. We encourage all feedback, so please let us know how we did!